DATES – 4 DAY COURSE 6TH JAN 2020 & 3 DAY 7TH JAN 2019

              4 DAY COURSE 10TH FEB 2020 & 3 DAY COURSE 11TH FEB 2019

REFRIGERATION ELECTRICS (4 and 3 days to suit all skill levels) 

Please telephone us for Prices and Dates

 

This course has been developed for refrigeration and air conditioning engineers who wish to learn about refrigeration electrics.

This course is a perfect add on for anyone who has completed a refrigeration course with us and wishes to develop their skills further, or anyone working within the industry and just requires that skillset. 

 

 Options 

4 days safe isolation (2 days) and refrigeration electrics (2 days) BESA certified – Novices 

3 days safe isolation (1 day) and refrigeration electrics (2 days) BESA certified – Semi skilled

 

What is covered in the 4 day course…

 1. Electrical Concepts
1.1 Magnetism
1.2 Electrical Terms
1.3 Conductors and Insulators
1.4 Relationships (Ohms Law)
1.5 Series and Parallel Circuits
1.6 Electrical Power
1.7 Inductors
1.8 Direct and Alternating Current
1.9 Rectifiers
1.10 Single Phase Motors
1.11 Three Phase Motors
2. Safe Isolation
2.1 Electric Shock
2.2 Body Resistance
2.3 Removing Persons from Live Conductors
2.4 First Aid
2.5 Electrical Isolation
2.6 Test Lamps and Proving Units
3. Instrumentation
3.1 Measurement of Voltage, Current and Resistance
3.2 Analogue and Digital Displays
3.3 Meter Calibration
3.4 Battery Condition and Continuity of Test Leads
3.5 Earth Continuity Testing
3.6 Insulation Resistance Testing
4. Electrical Regulations
4.1 Electricity at Work Regulations 1989
4.2 Electricity Supply Regulations 1988
4.3 The Low Voltage Electrical Equipment (Safety) Regulations 1989
4.4 Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
5. Supply Systems
5.1 The Distribution System
5.2 AC Supply
5.3 Electricity into the Building
5.4 Control and Protection Equipment
5.5 Identification Notices
5.6 BS 4343 Plugs and Sockets
6. Earthing and Bonding
6.1 Earthing Arrangements
6.2 Earthed Equipotential Bonding
6.3 Types of Circuit Protective Conductors
6.4 Supplementary Bonding Conductors
6.5 Temporary Continuity Bonding
7. Termination Skills
7.1 Stripping Insulated Cables
7.2 Types of Terminal
7.3 Identification of Conductors
7.4 Termination Tooling
8. Electrical Safety
8.1 Electrical Safety Checks
8.2 PAT Testing
8.3 RCD Protection
8.4 CPC Continuity
8.5 Insulation Resistance
9. Circuit Protection
9.1 Fuses
9.2 Miniature Circuit Breakers (mcb)
9.3 Circuit & Equipment Overload
9.4 Safety Relays
9.5 Phase Loss
9.6 Compressor Klixons
10. Controls
10.1 Thermostats
10.2 Remote Sensing Equipment
10.3 Comfort Cooling
10.4 Central Plant
11. Detectors / Sensors
11.1 Temperature
11.2 Pressure HP / LP / Oil
11.3 Hot Gas
11.4 Defrost
11.5 Humidity
12. Motors
12.1 Single Phase Variants
12.2 Current Relays
12.3 Potential Relays
12.4 Capacitors
12.5 Three Phase Variants
12.6 D. O.L 12.7 Star Delta
12.8 P. W.S
13. Typical Electrical Circuits
13.1 Basic Principles
13.2 2 Golden Rules
13.3 Circuit Diagrams
14. Inspection and Testing
14.1 Reasons for Inspection and Testing
14.2 Test Instruments
14.3 Safety
14.4 Continuity of Protective Conductors
14.5 Polarity Testing
14.6 Monitoring Running Conditions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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